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Counties in the News, June 25, 2018

Monday's news from counties across the state.
NYSAC
County Commission on the Status of Women

NATION

House Farm Bill Passes with Controversial Food Stamps Rules
Along Stretches of Highway, States Eye New Ad Opportunities
‘What's Your Current Salary?' ‘None of Your Business!'

STATEWIDE

NY Legislature passes bill establishing drug take-back program
Who are top 20 private employers in New York?


NEW YORK CITY
In New York, Even a Count of Separated Children Proves Elusive
Celebration, defiance mix at New York City gay pride parade

New York's first official LGBTQ monument debuts in the West Village


LONG ISLAND     

Painting the County Purple For Alzheimer's Awareness Month
Nassau County bill aims to stem vaping by young people

Several New York hospitals are running dangerously low on blood


HUDSON VALLEY
Eliot Engel proposes bill to reunite separated families
European spirits maker to open first US distillery in 2020 in New York
Boating Season in Full Swing: Be Safe, Says Putnam Sheriff
Movie business thriving in Hudson Valley


CAPITAL
Update to Schoharie County's economic plan nearly complete
Poll: Half of NY professionals say worst of state's opioid crisis is yet to come

NORTH COUNTRY

Success of Ogdensburg bus service means more stops, another year for intra-city route
County chairmen applaud Supreme Court decision on internet sales tax
No Tax on NYS Internet sales — Yet
Lewis County Poverty: Then and Now


MOHAWK VALLEY
Montgomery County reports most jobs since 2006
First freight shipped on New York Susquehanna's Utica Line in dozen years

CENTRAL NEW YORK

Sparklers (not fireworks) very quietly became legal in Onondaga County this year
NY Proposes Grant of Up to $21 Million for Inland Port
Onondaga County DA to ‘resolve' minor warrants and violations


FINGER LAKES
Monroe County legislators to vote on Tobacco 21 on Monday
Supreme Court rules police need search warrant to access cell phone; little impact on NYS


WESTERN NEW YORK
First in the nation: New York requires mental health information in curriculum
Local program looks to strengthen Buffalo-Cornell Univeristy ties
Leaders debate county policies

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